Elections

General Elections are held every year on the first Tuesday between November 2 and 8. Local or State elections may also take place during the year: there is usually an election the first Tuesday between August 2 and 8, sometimes an election in May, and possibly Presidential Primaries early in the years of Presidential Elections.

The City Clerk's office oversees all elections in the City of Holland, working in coordination with the Ottawa County and Allegan County Clerks.

The City of Holland is divided into 6 Wards, which are made up of 15 Precincts. The City limits span parts of both Ottawa and Allegan Counties. A registered voter must vote at the polling location for his or her own precinct, which is determined by the voter's address. Check the Ward-Precinct map below to determine your Ward and Precinct. Check the table below for the address of your polling location.

By Michigan State Law, a voter must be registered to vote at least 30 day before the election in which they want to vote.

Additional elections and voter information is available by clicking on the menu tabs on the left. For more information about elections or to check your registered voter status online, visit the State of Michigan Voter website and the League of Women Voters websites listed below.

Ward, Precinct

Polling Location

Ward 1, Precincts 1, 2, 3 (Ottawa) Holland Heights Christian Reformed Church
839 E 8th Street
Ward 2, Precincts 4, 5 (Ottawa) First United Methodist Church
57 W 10th Street
Ward 3, Precincts 6, 7 (Ottawa) Boys & Girls Club of Greater Holland
435 Van Raalte Avenue
Ward 4, Precincts 8, 10 (Ottawa)
             Precinct 9 (Allegan)
Calvary Church of Holland
517 W 32nd Street
Ward 5, Precincts 11, 12, 13 (Allegan) Maplewood Reformed Church
139 E 34th Street
Ward 6, Precincts 14, 15 (Ottawa) First Reformed Church
630 State Street